Idc how many times I watch marvel movies I will never be able to remember every connection
Sound of Metal is such a compelling tale of the human experience and how daily functions are taken for granted. The first few minutes are so poignant: the cracking of his knees during squats, hearing his drum sticks lightly tap his girlfriend’s arms, the powder jar hitting the table, the coffee dripping in the pot. So many ways that we know something is functioning correctly because of the minute sounds that accompanies them.
Riz Ahmed is absolutely incredible in this film.…
When this film premiered in 1951 it was denounced by critics for attacking the noble field of journalism. At this time journalism had been an extremely important and lauded tool in the recent years of WWII, so a blatant attack to its legitimacy would reasonably be condemned by the general public and those in the field. What the critics didn't see what how spot-on Wilder was in exposing the dangerous mania associated with sensationalism in America.
Over the past couple…